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Old 10-20-2004, 11:25 AM   #1
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Default Help need with flip/flop card

I attended a demo swap last night, and recieved a flip/ flop card, but no instructions on how to make it. Help If any one has instructions for this I would really appreciate it. I really want to make some tonight for a friends B-day.
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Old 10-20-2004, 11:30 AM   #2
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Old 10-20-2004, 11:37 AM   #3
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Go to www.splitcoaststampers.com/go/skpupy68 . She has a flip card and gives her web address for the instructions to make it. Hope this helps!
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thanks a bunch!!! Especially since hubby has threatened taking it apart to figure it out when he gets home from work ..... so I have to figure it out quick He lots taking things apart just can't always get them back together
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Old 10-20-2004, 11:56 AM   #5
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That one is really cute but not what I am looking for ...... The one I am looking for mmmm"magically moves the money from one side of the card to the other.... can be opened from either side and when you close it and turn it over and open it from other side money has "Magically "moved...

Any ideas on how to do this??????? Got to figure it out before hubby destroys card to "help me" figure it out.
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Oooh, I've never heard of a magic card like that before, but if someone gives you instructions for it, let me know what they are! I'd love to make one too!

Thanks, and sorry my "help" wasn't any help!
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No prob .... and I will post once I find out ..... beside you helped keep my post current and in spotlight.
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AAAAAAHHHHHHH! Hubby is home now and is asking for the card...... Help!!!
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I think what you're looking for was shown on the Carol Duvall Show. It uses cardstock (maybe cardboard) and ribbons to make the card flip and hide what's inside. Don't know which episode, but go to HGTV.com and it shouldn't be hard to find.
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Thank you That is exactly what I am talking about I will look there. Thank you.
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I think I may have found it. But they call it a Jacob's ladder card, not a flip flop card.

Thanks again for the help. It is very much appreciated, and I was able to keep hubby away from card for the moment
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Glad you found it. I looked, but couldn't remember what she called it...
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